Vivek Oberoi's financial aid for the poor families is winning the hearts now; Vivek's philanthropy activities are back in news

Vivek Oberoi is getting decent offers from South and he is hoping to grab a big hit like that of Lucifer.
Written By Manoj Kumar | Updated: May 08, 2020 10:09 IST
Vivek Oberoi's financial aid for the poor families is winning the hearts now; Vivek's philanthropy activities are back in news

Vivek Oberoi has helped 5000 daily wager families which re affected due to the pandemic lockdown. Vivek and his associate Rohit Gajbhiyem, who is the founder of Fintech start-up Financepeer have come together to donate funds to the working-class families. Under their initiative 'Support Aid & Assist The Helpless - SAATH', the funds are directly transferred to the bank accounts of the affected families.
 
"We observed that migrant laborers have been stranded here for a while now. There are many of them who are not even able to cope up with acquiring daily essentials. They are struggling to pay their rent, buy daily essentials, to feed their children. We have supported more than 5,000 families" said Vivek. He is not new to this work oh philanthropy. Through his company, KARRM Infrastructure, he has donated 25 flats in the Thane district of Maharashtra to the families of Central Reserve Police Force officers killed in action. In all, Vivek has donated about ₹ 3 million and helped raise an amount of ₹ 25 million.
 
He was last seen on screen in the film 'PM Narendra Modi', in which he played the titular role. Vivek also acted in South movies. Vivek played the antagonist opposite Mohan Lal in the Malayalam film 'Lucifer.' Vivek also acted opposite Ram Charan in Telugu film 'Vinaya Vidheya Rama' and opposite Shiva Rajkumar in Kannada film 'Rustom'. All of these films are his debut into South cinema and he played the antagonist in all the three films.
 
 
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